What do school athletic trainers do?
Rely on your licensed athletic trainer to:
Help student athletes prevent injuries.
Help student athletes improve functional movement.
Assess and treat injuries.
Provide first aid during practices and games.
VIDEO Coordinated care
If your student athlete is injured, depend on us for coordinated care. Your school athletic trainer is backed by the full resources of ProHealth. Depend on your trainer to work closely with
orthopedic doctors, physical therapists and other specialists to help your athlete come back stronger and healthier. Qualified athletic trainers
Feel confident that your athletic trainer has the knowledge and hands-on training to provide high-quality care. Our team includes licensed athletic trainers (LATs) and certified strength and conditioning specialists (CSCS). CSCSs are professionals with expertise in training athletes to improve their performance.
Find your trainer
Find contact information for athletic trainers at the southeastern Wisconsin schools we partner with:
Arrowhead High School, Hartland
Chyla Bechtel, LAT, CSCS
Chyla.Bechtel@phci.org Rhianna Roskopf, LAT
Rhianna.Roskopf@phci.org Dr. Matthew Bong, Dr. Steven Merkow
Carroll University, Waukesha
Megan Bateman, MS, LAT
Megan.Bateman@phci.org Michael Deal, LAT, ATC
Michael.Deal@phci.org Dr. Samuel Steiner
Catholic Memorial High School, Waukesha
Marcus Thoma, LAT
Marcus.Thoma@phci.org Dr. Samuel Steiner, Dr. Hongsheng Zhu
Kettle Moraine High School, Wales
Dominic Cappozzo, ATC, MS
Dominic.Cappozzo@phci.org Nicole Arnold, LAT
Nicole.Arnold@phci.org Dr. Daniel Holub
Mukwonago High School
Jason Abels, LAT, CSCS
Jason.Abels@phci.org Nicole Arnold, LAT
Nicole.Arnold@phci.org Dr. Thomas Viehe
Oconomowoc High School
Jason Anderson, LAT, CSCS
Jason.Anderson@phci.org Dr. Scott Schneider, Dr. Samuel Steiner